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Supervisors and subordinates relationship impact on job satisfaction and efficiency: The case of obstetric clinics in Greece

Tsitmideli G., Skordoulis M., Chalikias M., Sidiropoulos G., Papagrigoriou A.

Abstract: The purpose of this research is to investigate supervisors and subordinates relationship factors and their impact on job satisfaction and employee performance. The research examines private and public obstetric clinics through a sample of 100 subordinates and 30 supervisors, using a structured questionnaire based on a five-point Likert scale. The research results show that the main factor that affects job satisfaction and employee performance is the relationship developed between supervisors and subordinates. Furthermore, the research results show that recognition of the work and open communication with the supervisor affect positively subordinates’ psychology. It is also proved that team spirit and equal treatment between the subordinates ultimately lead in the development of subordinates and the success of the supervisors. Finally, the importance of the factors of honesty and trust between supervisors and subordinates is confirmed.

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  • Author(s) Name: Tsitmideli G.[1], Skordoulis M.[1], Chalikias M.[1], Sidiropoulos G.[1], Papagrigoriou A.[1[
  • Author(s) Affiliation: [1]Piraeus University of Applied Sciences, School of Business and Economics, Business Administration Department, Egaleo, Greece
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  • Keywords: Subordinate, supervisor, job satisfaction, employee performance, obstetric clinic.
  • Article Type: Research
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